Breakdown of Milton Keynes areas where Covid-19 cases are highest as infection drops

Figures from Public Health England show a week's worth of coronavirus cases in Milton Keynes up to February 17.

Tuesday, 23rd February 2021, 12:20 pm

The latest figures show there have been a total of 18,854 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Milton Keynes since the pandemic started.

Of these 360 occurred in the seven days up to February 22. The current rate of infection over the seven days is 137.3 cases per 100,000 population.

Milton Keynes has seen a marginal decrease in weekly cases since last week's breakdown.

Milton Keynes current Coronavirus infection rate is 137.3 per 100,000

Here is a breakdown of where the confirmed cases were recorded in the last seven days up to February 17.

Bletchley East

+6 new cases

Bletchley North West

+13 new cases

Bletchley South

+13 new cases

Bletchley West

+21 new cases

Bow Brickhill & Woburn Sands

+6 new cases

Bradwell Common

+12 new cases

Bradwell Village

+6 new cases

Broughton, Middleton & Kents Hill

+35 new cases

Central Milton Keynes & Newlands

+11 new cases

Denbigh

+17 new cases

Far Bletchley

+16 new cases

Furzton

+8 new cases

Hanslope, Castlethorpe & Sherington

+9 new cases

Linford Wood

+26 new cases

Loughton

+5 new cases

Newport Pagnell North

+6 new cases

Newport Pagnell South

+6 new cases

Newton Longville & Great Horwood

+6 new cases

Oldbrook & Coffee Hall

+13 new cases

Shenley Wood & Grange Farm

+15 new cases

Stantonbury & Bradville

+9 new cases

Stony Stratford & Old Wolverton

+8 new cases

Tattenhoe & Emerson Valley

+22 new cases

Two Mile Ash

+8 new cases

Westcroft & Shenley Brook End

+11 new cases

Willen & Downhead Park

+6 new cases

Woughton & Woolstone

+21 new cases